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Lutyens Restaurant

85 Fleet Street, LONDON, EC4Y 1AE

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In the shadow of St Bride's Church, this stylish outfit occupies an elegant Lutyens-designed building that was once home to Reuters and the Press Association. These days its coolly sophisticated interior - pastel tones, pale wood, white linen and towering floral displays - bears the Conran stamp, and the multi-faceted space encompasses a restaurant, all-day bar up front (serving breakfasts from 7.30am), raw bar (for oysters, tartares, carpaccios and céviche) and, in the basement, private dining rooms and a members' club. Chef Henrik Ritzen's cooking is rooted in classic French technique but with a suitably light and sophisticated modern touch. A simple and elegant starter of slow-cooked hen's egg with girolles and lardons shows the style, as does main-course monkfish, clams, samphire and broad beans - a winning dish full of fresh flavours, accurately cooked and stylishly presented. Dessert could be a classic lemon soufflé with the added bonus of some raspberry ripple ice cream and a raspberry Madeleine. Superb breads are freshly baked, and the wine list is an absolute corker.

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Tel: 020 7583 8385
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Open/closed

Days closed: Sat-Sun
Dates closed: Xmas & BHs

Restaurant information

Cooking type: Modern European
Chef: Henrik Ritzen
Number of seats: 120
Accessible for wheelchairs.
Disabled toilets.
Children welcome.
Children's portions.

 

Restaurant price guide

2 Course lunch from: £22.00
3 Course lunch from: £26.00
A La Carte Dinner Main Course from: £16.00
2 Course dinner from: £22.00
3 Course dinner from: £26.00
Prices are for guidance only. Please check when booking for current rates.

 
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